NASA Extends Contract for Mission, Crew Operations Support


NASA Extends Contract for Mission, Crew Operations Support

WASHINGTON — NASA has awarded a agreement prolongation to United Space Alliance of Houston to yield goal and moody organisation operations support for a International Space Station and destiny tellurian space exploration.

The $17.4 million prolongation of a Integrated Mission Operations Contract covers ground-based tellurian spaceflight operations capability growth and execution. This agreement includes support for goal formulation and preparation, organisation and moody controller training, and real-time goal execution.

The initial duration of prolongation runs from Oct. 1, 2012 by Sept. 30, 2013. There is a $17.8 million choice to extend a agreement for another year effective from Oct. 1, 2013, by Sept. 30, 2014.

The sum intensity value of a cost-plus-award-fee agreement would be $35 million, if a choice is exercised. This agreement extends a strange contract, that was in outcome from Nov 2008 by Sep 2012.

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